List of literary awards

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This is a list of literary awards from around the world. This list is not intended to be complete, and is instead a list of those literary awards with Wikipedia articles.

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International awards[edit]

All nationalities eligible (in chronological order)[edit]

Other[edit]

Awards by language[edit]

Arabic[edit]

Bengali[edit]

Chinese[edit]

German[edit]

Hebrew[edit]

Malayalam[edit]

Portuguese[edit]

Spanish[edit]

Awards by region[edit]

African[edit]

Asian[edit]

Commonwealth[edit]

European Union[edit]

Nordic[edit]

Awards by country[edit]

American literature[edit]

Australian literature[edit]

Austrian literature[edit]

Bangladeshi literature[edit]

Botswana literature[edit]

Brazilian literature[edit]

British literature[edit]

Bulgarian literature[edit]

Canadian literature[edit]

Chilean literature[edit]

Chinese literature[edit]

Costa Rican literature[edit]

Croatian language[edit]

Czech literature[edit]

Ecuadorian literature[edit]

Finnish literature[edit]

French literature[edit]

Georgian literature[edit]

German literature[edit]

Hungarian literature[edit]

Icelandic literature[edit]

Indian literature[edit]

Indonesian literature[edit]

Iranian literature[edit]

Irish literature[edit]

Israeli literature[edit]

Italian literature[edit]

Japanese literature[edit]

Luxembourgian literature[edit]

Mexican literature[edit]

Nepalese Literature[edit]

New Zealand literature[edit]

Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement

Nigerian literature[edit]

Norwegian literature[edit]

Philippine literature[edit]

Polish literature[edit]

Portuguese literature[edit]

Russian literature[edit]

Slovene literature[edit]

South African literature[edit]

South Korean literature[edit]

Spanish literature[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

Swedish literature[edit]

Swiss literature[edit]

Thai literature[edit]

Turkish literature[edit]

Ukrainian literature[edit]

Venezuelan literature[edit]

Awards by genres[edit]

Children's literature[edit]

Food and drink[edit]

History[edit]

Horror fiction[edit]

  • Bram Stoker Award for superior achievement in horror writing – since 1987
  • Lord Ruthven Award for the best fiction on vampires and the best academic work on the study of the vampire figure in culture and literature - since 1989.

Military fiction and military history[edit]

Mystery: crime fiction and detective fiction[edit]

Speculative fiction (science fiction and fantasy)[edit]

Sports[edit]

General
Baseball

Biography[edit]

  • Marsh Biography Award – awarded biennially for the best biography written by a British author and first published in the UK during the two preceding years.

Awards for Literary Translation[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]